Concept of the Retirement Home
The retirement home “Centre Intégré pour Personnes Agées Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte“ (CIPA) in Junglinster is a joint project of the Luxembourg Red Cross, the Ministry of Family Affairs, the communities of Junglinster, Bech, Betzdorf, Consdorf, Fischbach and Waldbillig, and the “Fondation Félix Chomé.“ The CIPA first opened its doors on 8th August 2008 and takes care of elderly people who suffer from an illness or are unable to live independenty.
An “Open” Retirement Home
The autonomy and the freedom of its clients are among the major priorities of the CIPA.The home is open to residents as it is to their families or friends.
The CIPA offers every resident individual care through nurses and qualified assistance staff. The residents may remain under the care of their family doctor who can treat them directly at CIPA.
The different living environments are adapted to the specific needs of the residents. The CIPA offers:
- A day care facility for people whose independence is limited and who are looking for a pleasant, sociable, and modern place to spend their time
- A centre which is adapted to the needs of people with symptoms of dementia
- Beds for palliative care
For more information on the CIPA, see the pamphlet below :
Dépliant CIPA (FR/DE) (PDF)